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tv   Action News Special Edition  ABC  November 12, 2016 9:00pm-9:30pm PST

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with light winds through tuesday. by wednesday afternoon we will see a push of clouds and the winds pick up to breezy ahead of a system that will bring a significant cool-down. expect gusts to 30 mph on wednesday, then to 35 mph late wednesday and thursday. afternoon highs will drop to the low 60s on thursday and will remain in the system will move east and temperature will start to rebound on saturday with highs in the upper 60s. through tuesday. by wednesday afternoon we will see a push of clouds and the winds pick up to breezy ahead
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expect gusts to 30 mph on wednesday, then to 35 mph late wednesday and thursday. afternoon highs will drop to the low 60s on thursday and will remain in the low to mid 60s on friday. the system will move east and temperature will start to rebound on saturday with highs in the upper 60s. through tuesday. by wednesday afternoon we will see a push of clouds and the winds pick up to breezy ahead of a system that will bring a significant cool-down. expect gusts to 30 mph on wednesday, then to 35 mph late wednesday and thursday. afternoon highs will drop to the low 60s on thursday and will remain in the low to mid
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temperature will start to rebound on saturday with highs in the upper 60s. ((adlib wx close)) through tuesday. by wednesday afternoon we will see a push of clouds and the of a system that will bring a michelle obama -- is gracing the cover of vogue magazine --
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lady. abc's -- paula faris -- reports the first lady -- is looking back -- at her life in the public eye -- and looking ahead -- to her plans for the future. script: notes on credit: we must credit the photos to "annie leibovitz/vogue" and the byline of the article should appear on-screen at least once. (pkg) in the twilight of her time as first lady, michelle obama is opening up about being called to shape the role traditionally defined by social gatherings and pet causes saying ... "i could have spent eight years doing anything, and at some level, it would have been fine. entertainment. because any first lady, rightfully, gets to define her role." peter slevin, author of "michelle obama: a life" michelle obama set out to make a difference nat pop michelle obama has become one of the nations most popular figures, praised for her "let's move" campaign? (nats) her eclectic
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speaking style and charm michelle obama nat - i have seen the very best of the american spirit gracing the magazine's cover for her third and final time as first lady, obama says when it comes to her legendary taste in designers? she tries to be conscious of the power of the position-- "are they good people? do they treat their staff well? do they treat "when all of that is equal?is life after 1600 pennsylvania she says, "i've never been the former first lady of the united states before." adding "but i will always be engaged in some reporting. today -- furry friends and their humans -- celebrate -- special
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spears -- digs deeper -- into a potential danger -- on two wheels -- zipping around the valley. a contact-13 investigation. scooters -- are stolen around
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the vally -- every day. they're also involved -- in deadly crashes. and -- they're often operated -- by people -- who have no business -- being on the road. for more than a year -- contact-13 -- has been tracking scooters -- on valley roadways. tonight -- contact-13 -- chief investigator -- darcy spears asks -- are they a necessary dangerous? these images of 18-year-old maggie mortensen... bandaged and bed- ridden... :46 marlene: went up to the hospital and seen her on a breathing machine. ... are burned in her mother's mind. : 58 marlene: i almost collapsed on the floor. left in critical condition with severe road rash, a fractured skull and a brain bleed, maggie is lucky. she and her boyfriend, who was driving the scooter, didn't die.
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scooters and lost lives. the danger growing as more of these two- wheeled vehicles take over valley roads. /nat break/ metro has seen six fatal scooter accidents so far this year, which means, on average, someone is dying every other month. people crash on scooters about every other day with 175 collisions in metro'sjurisdicti. 16:09 chuck callaway/lvmpd: on these vehicles you don't have to have a helmet and you also don't h so if you were to put your child on there with you... you'd be doubling down on danger. what's worse, scooters are often piloted by people who aren't allowed to drive. 20:40 mo denis: if somebody can't get a drivers license then they really shouldn't be on the road. take maggie mortensen's boyfriend, for example. 3:52 d : he never should have been driving that scooter? marlene: no. actually no. 3:40 darcy: did he have a drivers license? marlene: no. they gave him a ticket for it. metro has written 178 tickets
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12:40 chuck callaway/lvmpd dir. of intergovernmental services: i think that's one of the biggest misconceptions is people think that--they've lost their license potentially in a dui or maybe they never got a license--but they think they can operate a moped on the roadway legally without a license and that's not the case. all these vehicles at ewing brothers have been impounded because they were involved in duis, accidents, or they were stolen or abandoned. metro has seen 497 thefts this year. and according to the national insurance crime bureau, las vegas ranks number two motorcycles--second only to new york city. aside from being routinely involved in crime... 17:35 sen. mo denis: i think individuals feel like they're just a nuisance on the roads. but state senator mo denis says they're a necessary nuisance--cheap, fuel-efficient, easy to park, and... 20:22 mo denis: there are some individuals that no matter what, this is gonna be the best mode of transportation for them. denis co-sponsored a new law that took effect november
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registered, inspected and get license plates. law enforcement hopes that'll make them and their drivers safer and easier to track, but it won't cut down on scenes like this. 22:40 honk and street nats with scooter slowing cars 13:54 chuck callaway: with an actual moped, since they can't go above 30 miles an hour, obviously they should stay on streets where the speed limit is 30- 35. but they don't. they drive on major valley roadways where they simply can't keep up, often disregarding surro drivers. 13:34 chuck: they have the potential to obstruct traffic, slow down vehicles and then other drivers get frustrated and try to cut around them and maybe cause accidents. so it's a very serious issue. no one knows that better than marlene stevens. 4:25 marlene: i don't think they have any business being on the road because of how dangerous they are. and what could happen to... like my daughter. darcy tag: we've got more information on the new moped registration law and a link to more crime statistics on our website at ktnv.com.
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a happy anniversary -- for the las vegas humane society. they're celebrating 25 years in business -- with a party for animal lovers -- and their pets -- at craig- ranch regional park -- in north las vegas. and we -- are happy to have them here! 9 a lot more news coming your way -- on this special edition -- of 13- action news. including-- "get your suticase and get out. crying..." shocking video surfaces -- of a mother --kicking her young son -- out of the house -- all because of mock election. plus -- president-elect -- donald trump -- works on his white house transition team. and -- massive anti-trump protests continue -- for a fourth-straight day -- even spreading overseas. and -- don't forget to download --the ktnv mobile -- in the apple store -- or google play. it's free -- and lets you watch 13-action-news video -- anywhere you have mobile
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marching -- on the las vegas strip. chopper 13 -- fast and first over the scene. 13-action news reporter -- david schuman -- is on the ground -- live. david? david schuman ad lib donald trump -- hunkering down -- at trump tower in new york
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abc's -- gloria riviera -- has the latest. natsot - "not my president! not my president!" protests in the streets for the fourth straight day? nats - "we reject the president-elect." people marching and chanting against president-elect donald trump. this demonstration just one of
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nats - groups gathering in germany to protest the incoming american leader? nats - back in new york - demonstrators converged on trump tower: the skyscraper turned fortress where trump is building his new team? the first big shakeup - vice- president elect mike pence now heading the white house transition. and trump's children - don junior, ivanka and eric also joining the team? helping choose members of their father's administration? as they also take the lead in the family business. the potential conflict of interest drawing criticism? after the tu strict separation. (file - abc this week) sot - donald trump, jr. dtj - "we're not going to be involved in government. we wouldn't be involved in government." gs - "so there will be a wall between you, your siblings and your father?" dtj - "100%. we won't talk to him about it." other big names in contention for top jobs?campaign c-e-o, steve bannon, newt gingrich, r-n-c chairman reince priebus and former new york city mayor rudy giuliani. the president-elect also drawing fire for an interview with 60 minutes - where -in a reversal--trump now suggests parts of obamacare will remain. (cbs "60 minutes") sot - stahl:
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that people with pre-conditions are still covered? trump: "yes, because it happens to be one of the strongest assets." stahl: "you're going to keep it?" trump: "also, with the inauguration day just over two months away. gloria riviera, abc news, washington. "here's your suitcase. bye. get your suitcase get your suitcase and get out. bye." a disturbing video out of it shows a mother -- yelling at her 8-year-old son -- for voting for donald trump -- in a mock election. she made him stand outside -- carrying a sign -- reading -- "my mom kicked me out the house -- because i voted for donald trump." "i hope you find another tv to see him on because this is gonna be your new home you can't come back here. bye." child protective services --
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no word -- if the mother could face charges. facebook post - v a police officer in michigan -- is accused -- of posting a racial slur -- on facebook. the officer -- is accused of writing -- quote --"go home monkeys" -- on a live feed -- of an anti-trump protest. officials say -- it was in response to black protesters -- in the facebook- live feed. the post -- was reported to the officer's superiors -- who are now investigating. "i've seen the post.. it's disturbig concerning." the officer's name has not yet been released. but -- he has been suspended -- pending the completion of the investigation. ad-lib high pressure will build into the area and bring above average temperatures to the area through wednesday. a 13-action news update tonight.
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a 13-action news update tonight. a 13-action news update tonight. a 13-action news update tonight. a 13-action news update tonight. the clark county coroner -- is identifying the would-be robber -- shot and killed -- during hold-up -- at a local convenience store. he's 24-year-old rashad ryan. this all happened on thursday
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police say -- ryan was trying to rob a clerk -- when a customer inside the store -- shot ryan. detectives say -- ryan may have been responsible -- for a number of robberies in the area. judge megan e. shanahan: "by reason of your inability to reach a verdict, i declare this case a mistrial." jurors deliberate -- for more than 25 hours. a judge declares a mistrial -- in the case -- of a former university of cincinnati police officer -- accused of murdering motorist -- during a traffic stop. ray tensing --fired a single shot -- at sam dubose - last year. nearly a-thousand demonstrators -- took to the streets -- after today's decision. the mayor --speaking earlier. john cranley / cincinnati mayor: "this case is not over. i think we've learned throughout this process how deeply prosecutor deters feels about the case and about what is right and what is wrong. so i expect that he will continue to find a way to bring nearly 5-million dollar settlement -- from
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apology. the taliban -- has claimed responsibility -- for a suicide bombing -- that claimed the lives of 4 americans -- at an airbase in afghanistan. 2 u-s serviceman -- and 2 american contractors -- were killed in the blast -- at bagram airfield. another 16 american soldiers 00 were injured. the taliban claims -- they had been planning the attack -- for months. and we're not the only country -- dealing with political protesters -- taking to the streets in south korea. they're demanding -- their own president-- resign. the south korean president -- is accused -- of letting a long-time friend -- influence the government -- for personal gain. a neighborhood feud -- takes a bizarre turn in alabama-- after one man uses a billboard -- in his battle with a neighbor. why -- he desperately -- wants him to leave. plus-- joel hoecherl/crash victim "you know i'll never forget my youngest son screaming. i mean, you can't get that out of my head."
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brush with death -- as a drunk driver -- plows through their house. and remember -- chopper-13 -- brings you breaking news -- fast and first.
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-- were playing video games. all of a sudden -- a drunk driver's s-u-v -- came crashing -- into their kitchen. joel hoecherl/crash victim "like, my house blew up. i literally thought, like the gas or something, like my house thankfully the father -- and his sons -- were not hurt. was arrested for d- u-i --and was hospitalized. no word on his condition. a 13 action news update tonight -- on a missing california woman. right now -- police have stopped the ground search -- for sherri papini. she disappeared -- while jogging in california last week. and -- they've ruled out her husband -- as a suspect. keith papini -- passed a lie detector test. and police confirm -- he was at
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she didn't pick up their two kids -- from daycare. her cell phone -- with earbuds -- and strands of her hair -- later found along the road. police -- are now going through her cell phone -- and pouring over surveillance video -- as they try to figure out -- what happened.. wildfires -- continue to cause major havoc -- in parts of north carolina. officials say -- at least 20 of these blazes -- could be arson. some of these fires -- forcing the state -- to shut down a number of its parks. more than 5-thousand fi fighters -- are trying to gain control -- of the wildfires. air tankers -- dumping flame retardant -- on the flames. several other southern states including -- alabama -- georgia -- and tennessee -- are also dealing with wildfires -- and extremely dry conditions. wx chat high pressure will build into the area and bring above average temperatures to the area through wednesday. expect highs in the upper 70s with light winds through
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winds pick up to breezy ahead of a system that will bring a significant cool-down. expect gusts to 30 mph on wednesday, then to 35 mph late wednesday and thursday. afternoon highs will drop to the low 60s on thursday and will remain in the low to mid 60s on friday. the system will move east and temperature will start to rebound on saturday with highs in the upper 60s. wx chat through tuesday. by wednesday afternoon we will winds pick up to breezy ahead of a system that will bring a significant cool-down. expect gusts to 30 mph on wednesday, then to 35 mph late wednesday and thursday. afternoon highs will drop to the low 60s on thursday and will remain in the low to mid 60s on friday. the system will move east and temperature will start to rebound on saturday with highs in the upper 60s. wx chat
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by wednesday afternoon we will see a push of clouds and the winds pick up to breezy ahead of a system that will bring a significant cool-down. expect gusts to 30 mph on wednesday, then to 35 mph late wednesday and thursday. afternoon highs will drop to the low 60s on thursday and will remain in the low to mid 60s on friday. the system will move east and temperature will start to rebound on saturday with highs in the upper 60s. wx chat through tuesday. by wednesday afternoon we will see a push of clouds and the winds pick up to breezy ahead of a system that will bring a significant cool-down. expect gusts to 30 mph on wednesday, then to 35 mph late wednesday and thursday. afternoon highs will drop to the low 60s on thursday and will remain in the low to mid 60s on friday. the system will move east and temperature will start to rebound on saturday with highs in the upper 60s.

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